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—To examine the relationship between gastric intramucosal pH, intestinal permeability, endotoxemia, and oxygen delivery in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB).
—Prospective, observational study.
—Tertiary care center.
—Ms Blackman has queried the methods used in our article reporting that long-term use of hormone replacement therapy was not associated with the weight gain or central obesity commonly observed in postmenopausal women. We think it is unlikely that our results were attributable to...
—To review the effect of supplemental calcium on blood pressure.
—We searched MEDLINE and EMBASE for 1966 to May 1994. We contacted authors of eligible trials to ensure accuracy and completeness of data and to identify unpublished trials.
Chiropractic: The Victim's Perspective explores the field of chiropractic therapy from its inception in the early 1900s, when it was touted as a panacea for all human ailments, to its modern-day struggles for recognition as a legitimate and reimbursable form of medical care for patients with low...
Analgesia pursues the stated purpose of publishing "original research, reports, reviews, and mini-reviews involving rigorous ethical experimental studies on the basic mechanisms and therapeutics of pain relief." This international journal includes both basic and clinical research reports,...
In this issue of The Journal, Spitz et al1 examine child-bearing rates for US teenagers in the decade of the 1980s. The authors wisely divide these data into 5-year periods. To have done otherwise would have been misleading, for these rates prove to have been mercurial: stable from 1980 to 1985,...
It has been claimed that the Libby Zion case "changed residency training forever."1 Whether or not that is true, the incident has been the subject of longer and more intense discussion, both public and professional, than any in recent memory. As almost everyone knows, Libby Zion was an...
—To measure demographic determinants of hepatitis C virus (HCV) seroprevalence among blood donors in the United States.
—Cross-sectional epidemiological study.
—Five blood centers in different regions of the United States.
—A total of 862 398...
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